Luddite by Owen Hayes

Luddite

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For a moment, a command for death,

Hands like worn boots and lungs full of splinters.

 

Then ending with conceited tut, of course,

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I heard them wave it like a war banner,

Noble, though it would not save the tanner.

 

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Category: Change – Opportunity or Disruption.

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